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to the war zone and shedding older planes to make way future new ones. with nearly 555 aircraft the u.s. air force is getting older and smaller and a time when its missions are expanding. general schwartz, welcome to the show. >> good morning. >> so let's start off >>> so let's start off with combat operations in iraq. they've been going down with great fanfare this week and afghanistan the operation is increasing. historically, the air force has gotten busier what is the load and the pace on the air force right now? >> we will have about 6,000 or so people less in iraq. and we have come down about 9,000 in afghanistan. and we have increased our presentation at the about the thousand plus level. so we've had a balance. weave cocome down in iraq and we've come up some in afghanistan. and the tempo is about the same. with respect to iraq, the primary purpose for our involvement going forward will be to offer protection to the 50,000 or so u.s. forces which remain to offer support to our iraqi allies and very importantly to offer the training for our partner and iraqi air force that we're worki
>>> hello, i'm bruce johnson. thank you for joining us this afternoon. dirty politics and other tries with just nine days to go before the election for the voters being mislead in some places. armando trull is live at the voting center where some things could be happening. >> reporter: well bruce, voters here in prince county have been issued this voting guide by the democratic party. that shows all the candidates that have been endorsed and it is perfectly legal. however, some voters have also been getting this voting guide. it looked very similar. to the voting guide that the democratic party officially issued. this is called the official democratic ballot. it is anything but the fake. and that's got one candidate calling it foul play. >> crime should not be committed in prince county. >> reporter: angela brooks is also running for the state attorney. she said county voters are being mislead by fake voting guides. >> my name appears on this as the person endorsed. >> so is the other one. >> and this is now the fraudulent ballot that has his face on it, but he does not enforce
. the labor story richard roth has for us this morning comes from germany where a bmw plant has a somewhat different approach to its aging work force. >> reporter: auto maker bmw, it amounts to a race against time. it's not just the boomer and the beamer who is getting older. the people who build these cars are aging too. but the first step toward maintaining productivity, could it be a new pair of shoes? >> the response i've been receiving is, wow, it's so simple but it seems to work. >> reporter: later this sunday morning, a closer look at how bmw's growing older efficiently. >> osgood: the end of summer vacation marks the beginning of the new season for theaters, museums, concert halls, movies and on tv. it's television where we begin our annual fall preview with jeff green field we'll get real about reality tv. >> playboy, here we could come. >> reporter: from california's orange county to the new jersey shore. real people are taking over the tube. for better? >> what's the real deal here. >> reporter: or maybe for worse. >> the producers and casting directors have figured out that we
is the support for continuing research and development. that's where u.s. competitiveness lies in high technology industries. we know that the r&d tax credit is an important credit that does affect how much r&d spending business done. business accounts for something like two-thirds of all r&d spending in the united states. so this is important. i don't think this is something that has an immediate... as immediate a job impact as say movement on the current tax credits for the unemployed or extending payroll tax holiday of some sort. but i think it's very important in terms of job creation over the longer term. so if we're thinking about growth and long-term good jobs, research is important. >> smith: mark zandi, will either of these things or both of them together be satisfactory to the business community which feels very uncomfortable it seems to me with the white house right now? >> well, i think the business community is on board for the r&d tax credits. that's been in place since 1981. that's easy. the president has to figure out how to pay for it though. he's going to have to take some of th
. what the failed blowout protector might tell us. i'm russ mitchell. also tonight the battle for congress. can democrats do anything to prevent republicans from gaining control of the house and senate? congress is investigating colleges that are run for profit. we'll tell you why. and traffic buster. china's plan to bypass traffic jams that might work in america. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. it took almost 30 hours but a key piece of evidence in the gulf oil spill is now out of the ocean and on its way to be examined. the blowout preventer, a massive piece of machinery that failed to stop the gusher could hold major clues to preventing future oil spills. tony guida has more on the device and the investigation. >> reporter: rising slowly from the floor of the gulf of mexico, a one million pound hunk of yellow metal once attached to an oil well in the gulf. the blowout preventer that did not live up to its name. it's recovery could be the rosseta stone to the worst environmental disaster in america
'm bruce johnson. thanks for joining us this saturday night. we begin with one of the area's most popular and crowded spots, chinatown where new efforts are underway to stop people gathering and fighting near the metro stop. armando trull reports where authorities are trying something new. >> reporter: it is called the mosquito, but right now it's a mosquito free zone, but that wasn't the case earlier, because a mosquito was buzzing around. this is what a 21st century mosquito looks and sounds like. that's a mosquito. >> oh, wow. >> have you ever seen a mosquito like that? >> no. >> at least it's the nickname of an electronic device that sounds out a high-pitched hum. >> i hear a sound, and this sounds really noisy. >> the mosquito is meant to discourage loitering, especially by teens, whose ears are especially sensitive to high frequencies. >> maybe a little, but not too much. keep moving. >> reporter: folks over 25. >> i was wondering how did it work and. >> reporter: the high-tech safety device was installed two weeks ago by the gallery place partners, llc, a real estate company that m
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